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London Aquatics Center by Zaha Hadid Architects

By : Dennis Franklin | 1 Mar 2014 7:05 pm | Sport Arenas

The practice of Zaha Hadid Architects designed the London Aquatics Center for the 2012 Olympic Games and we have covered the project at the time (you can review the article here), but although the games are over legacy of the building carries on and the project is now renovated. During the summer Olympics the arena was able to seat spectators on the removable seating wings and the structure was now made permanent with seats for up to 2500 viewers and…

London Aquatics Center 2012 is finished

By : Mark V | 4 Oct 2011 8:16 am | Indoor Arenas, Sport Arenas

The London 2012 games approach-it’s only one year left. The Aquatics Center construction is ready. The new center houses 17.500 people and specialists never thought that the construction will be right on time due to its complex roof that was built in the shape of a curvy wave. The Aquatics Center is the last built Olympic park venue out of the six main ones. The building was designed by Zaha Hadid. The roof is made out of steel and the…

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